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June 15, 2009


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Wow Kelsie!!! You are truely inspirational! Keep up all your hard work because we are all pulling for you!

Brandi in the Feeding Program

Kelsie, thanks so much for sharing your story with our community. I'm praying that Congress will be just as moved as I am by your experiences and will make the changes necessary to ensure that all children receive the health care that they need.

Keep up the great work and Godspeed!

Rukeitha in the West Therapy Center's Access Department

Kelsie, hang in there. I hope this finds you well on the road to total recovery or already there. Enjoy the summer and laugh a lot.


God bless you as you continue to recover. You have been an inspiration to all of us. I do hope the members of Congress realizes the GREAT work Children's Hospital workers are doing and provide even more funding than they have in the past.

Kelsie -

I used to work at Children's Hospital so I know that you've been receiving great care there from the wonderful staff!

I'm looking forward to meeting you tomorrow in DC!

Stacy Biddinger

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